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(from the left, 1st row): Prof. Dr. Martin Rambke, Mechanical Engineering, Prof. Dr. Stefan Zeranski, Law, Dr. Hedda Sander, Supply Engineering (Ostfalia), Dr. Emmanuel Kileo, Tanzania; (2nd row): Prof. Dr. Joachim Schmidt, Automotive Engineering, Prof. Dr. Achim Michalke, Supply Engineering, Dipl.-Jur. Christian Reichel, Heike Ahrens-Freudenberg LL.B. (Law); (3rd row): Tobias Immenroth M.A., Health Care, Nina Dembowski B.A. and Prof. Dr. Brigitte Wotha, Transport-Sports-Tourism-Media, Natalie Boggasch B.A., Social Work; (4th row): Prof. Dr. Gert Bikker, Vice-President Ostfalia, Peter Link, Managing Director and Peter Rautenschlein, President Burg Warberg e.V.

ZWIRN - conference "Networked risk and sustainability management - successful navigation through the fog of risk" October 9th and 10th 2017

 

 

 

The ZWIRN-Conference Paper

 

Vernetztes Risiko- und Nachhaltigkeitsmanagement

 

When risks are examined without regard to sustainability, decision-makers are pushed to the limit because they are surprised by the complexity and dynamics of the risks. The challenges in society and major damage show that so far there is no convincing approach to dealing with risks including sustainability. The conference paper contain ideas and solutions for linking the topics of risk and sustainability in society, politics, economy, health and technology.

 

 

 

 

News

8/27/18

UN PRME and the ZWIRN

On February 26, ZWIRN signed the UN PRME - Principles for Responsible Management Education.

8/27/18

Prof. Dr. Stefan Zeranski and Prof. Dr. Svend Reuse prepared a statement from the ZWIRN on the consultation of the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) dated 05.09.2017 on the "Supervisory assessment of bank-internal risk-bearing capacity concepts

Reorientation of the supervisory guide on risk-bearing capacity ", BaFin updated its previous opinion on risk-bearing capacity (RBC) in the context of the EU Banking Union, introducing RBC perspectives from an economic and normative perspective. However, from the point of view of the ZWIRN researchers, there is still need for action on the current status of the consultation, inter alia in the area of ​​sustainability ...

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